Wildlife crime (and other environmental crimes) are often part of the greater organised crime threat.
The UN Office on Drugs and Crime in their own study recognises the fact that wildlife offences are a profitable form of organised crime coming in after illegal drug trafficking and firearm trade. They go on further to state:
“the international community lacks a common understanding and a universally accepted definition’of wildlife and forest offences. To date, there is no universal strategy acceptable to all nations to’prevent and suppress wildlife and forest offences.”
We provide non-profit intelligence and research services for the purposes of disrupting wildlife and associated crimes to non-governmental organisations, law enforcement and other active interest groups in Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania and other countries.